Samsung Galaxy S10 One UI 3.0 beta testers aren’t able to rollback to Android 10

Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphone owners have already started experiencing the latest One UI 3.0 under the beta testing program. These devices have received the first One UI 3.0 beta build just a few days ago and its issues and bugs have started coming to the light.

Like any other beta testing, Samsung One UI 3.0 beta has also been reported for some errors and one of them is the compatibility of system apps. According to the latest information, some One UI 3.0 beta participants of the Galaxy S10 series smartphones have tried to switch to the Android 10 based One UI 2.5 version because of some problems regarding battery drain and lagging.

Meanwhile, the Smart Switch application doesn’t allow users to do a rollback to the previous Android OS that is Android 10 (One UI 2.5). Following the reports, the community official advised the Galaxy S10 phone owners to wait for some time until the 2nd beta arrives.

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Adding to this, after installing the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta on your smartphone, if you go back to the previous Android OS, some system applications like Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass may perform abnormally.

“When rolling back to the previous OS after beta firmware update on S10 series, Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass could not be used normally. Please do not rollback until the modified firmware is released.” Said Beta Operation Manager

The battery drain issue is not a new problem because at the time of the first One UI 3.0 beta build for Galaxy Note 10 devices, beta testers have reported severe battery consumption issues. Following these errors, Samsung has suspended the beta rollout then started again after the issues get resolved.

Moreover, some Galaxy S10 device owners also facing issues with zooming in/out in their phone’s camera app. When they want to zoom, a green screen appears randomly on the touchscreen of the smartphones.

Well, Samsung has closed the first round to participate in the One UI 3.0 beta program. The company may soon announce the second round to join the beta testing.

If you’re also facing such issues, let us know in the comments below.


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